It’s a Hat Eat Hat World

Now that it’s summer, I am able to sport my favorite accessory on a day-to-day basis: baseball caps!

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Here I support the Braves in a casual knit top from Forever 21, straight-legged jeans, and canvas sneakers.

In fact, two of my featured Fashionista/os last semester sported this trend:

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Hat by Obey, canvas sneakers by Converse, and cardigan from CiChic

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Hat courtesy of Emory University and sneakers by Ralph Lauren courtesy of Macy’s.

However…there is a problem…

…Lorde, is there a problem…

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Extra-wide brimmed fedora by Saint Laurent courtesy of Barney’s New York

Looks like the baseball cap has some competition now that wide-brimmed hats are the must-have accessory during festival season.

Baseball hats are ideal for dressing down your look, while–on the other hand (or, should I say head?)–wide-brimmed hats are perfect for protecting against the sun’s harmful rays during a music festival. So, I’ve summed up the perfect places to wear (and not to wear) each hat:

Baseball Caps:

Wear: Around campus, shopping,jogging, parties, rap-off (yo), baseball game

Don’t Wear: Funeral (kinda rude, eh?), football game (no, the Braves aren’t and never were a football team)

Wide-brimmed Hats:

Wear: Music festivals, gardening, shopping, concerts, Lorde-

look-a-like contest, around campus

Don’t Wear: New York during rush hour (seriously, have you seen how

packed it gets?), mosh pits (but then, why would you be in one?)

So, which will you be sporting this season?

Style On,

Sierra Cortner

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